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Music Piracy, The Early Years

30 BILLION Number of songs illegally downloaded on file-sharing neworks between 2004 and 2009 (RIAA) Use P2P sites of flattened, has other but like platforms for theft, digital are on the rise. storage lockers U.S. Internet users annually consume between $7 and $20 billion pirated Global music sales fell 7% in 2009 to $17 billion . digitally music. worth of recorded $7B $17B $20B 47% 15 12 6 In Napster emerged in l999, music sales in the U.S. the decade since 3 have dropped from $14.6 billion to $7.7 billion. 1999 2009 91% +++++++ Digital storage locker down- 7% 10% loads Internet traffic. 91% of the constitute 7% of all links were material, 10% music for copyrighted Stolen Digital theft of music, movies, & copyrighted content takes up bandwidth Paid 17.5% 24% Only 37 acquired by U.S. consumers in 2009 was paid for percent of music 1000% While the music business increased overall digital revenues by 1.000% between 2004 & 2010, digital music influenced the global market decline 31% during the same period theft has of 31% http://www-riaa.con/faq php http://www -ifpi-org

Music Piracy, The Early Years

shared by bmacmedia on Jul 07
The Early Years of File Sharing, or online music theft, as viewed by the RIAA. Figures posted on the organization's website only provide data through 2009. Additional information obtained from from IF...




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